Stephen F. Saracino
Buffalo, New York 14214
(716) 225-0517 Studio
(716) 878‐4730 Office
PROFESSOR OF DESIGN, September 1994 ‐ Present
PROFESSOR OF DESIGN, CHAIR OF DESIGN, Sept.1999‐Dec. 2001
DIRECTOR, BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE SIENA, ITALY OVERSEAS
PROGRAM, 1997‐1999 Via di Citta 25, Siena, Italy. Responsible for all aspects of Program Administration including Personnel and Curriculum development and all other administrative aspects for this long running (40 years) SUNY overseas program.
PROFESSOR OF DESIGN, CHAIR OF DESIGN, 1994 ‐1997
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, CHAIR OF DESIGN, 1992‐1994. State University College at Buffalo, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14222. Responsible for Program Administration, Personnel, Curriculum development and all other administrative aspects of a Department consisting of thirteen full time Faculty and eighteen Adjuncts.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF DESIGN, 1990‐1993: State University College at Buffalo. Responsible for developing and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in all areas of Jewelry and Metalsmithing, and for developing and teaching undergraduate courses in Two and Three-dimensional Design.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF DESIGN, 1984‐1990: State University College at Buffalo. Same responsibilities.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF METALSMITHING, 1981‐82: Daemon College, 4380 Main Street, Amherst, New York. Responsible for teaching an undergraduate course in Jewelry Design.
LECTURER IN DESIGN, 1981‐1984: State University College at Buffalo. Responsible for developing and teaching Two and Three‐dimensional Design to undergraduate students.
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT IN DESIGN, 1978‐1980: Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Responsible for teaching three undergraduate courses dealing with aspects of Two‐dimensional Design.
DESIGNER AND STORE MANAGER, 1975‐1978: Northfield Silver and Goldsmiths Company, Pittsford, New York. Responsible for custom Jewelry. Designing, employee scheduling, purchasing and maintenance of equipment, supplies and inventory of stock.
SECONDARY SCHOOL ART TEACHER, 1970‐1973: Romulus Central High School, Romulus, New York. Responsible for teaching and developing several art courses in various media areas.
MASTER of FINE ARTS, August 1984: Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Metalsmithing, with an emphasis in Sculpture and Glassblowing.
MASTER of SCIENCE, June 1975: State University College at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Art Education with emphasis in Jewelry Design.
BACHELOR of SCIENCE, June 1970: State University College at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Art Education.
Exhibitions and Awards
2020 Constructed Answers . National Invitation Group Exhibition. Main gallery of the Center for Visual Arts, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. January 24th-February 28th 2020.
2019 Mastery I Jewelry & Metals: Irresistible Diversity! National, Invitational. Gallery 2052 West Town. Chicago, Ill. May -June 2019.
2018 I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Peace Now. International, Invitational, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage. Louisville, Kentucky. January 16th-March 16th, 2018
2017 Guns, Violence, and Justice. International, Invitational National Ornamental Metals Museum, Memphis, Tennessee January 8th– April 30th. 2017.
I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Peace Now. International, Invitational, Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, Massachusetts. February 23 – June 10th. 2017
Current Reflections On The Natural & Manmade. National, Invitational. Landmarks Arts gallery, Texas Tech University School of Art, Lubbock, TX October-December 2017
2016 I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Peace Now. International, Invitational, East Carolina University’s Wellington B. Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. November 21st. 2016-January 16th 2017.
Beyond Bling: Jewelry from The Lois Boardman Collection. Exhibition of the Collection. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles California. Oct. 2nd 2016-February 5th. 2017.
2014 Protective Ornament. International, Invitational, Tacoma Art Museum. Tacoma, Washington. October 2014-February 2015.
Protective Ornament. International, Invitational. Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee. May-September 2014.
2013 ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out. International, Invitational. Society of Contemporary Craft. Gallery, Pittsburg PA. September 27th, 2013-March 22nd. 2014.
Craft Art Western New York 2013. Regional, Invitational. Burchfield Penny Art Center, Buffalo, New York. October 2013.
2012 Humor in Craft. International, Invitational. Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary
Art, Scottsdale, Arizona. May 23rd – May26th.
2011 Torch Song. National Invitational. Nazareth College Arts Center Gallery, Rochester, New York. January 21st. ‐March 11th. 2011.
An Overabundance of Detail. Regional Invitational. Burchfield-Penny Art Center, Buffalo. New York . February 11th-July 11th. 2011
Counterflux: Defensive Ornament. National, Invitational. G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle, Washington. April 21st-May 31st. 2011.
2010 Kent State University, School of Art, Jewelry-Metals-Enameling Alumni Exhibition.
National, Invitational. Downtown School of Art Gallery, Kent Ohio. October 2-30.
“Extraordinary Forms II – 40 years of Craft Media”. Regional, Invitational, Kenan Center, Lockport, New York May 16th – July 11, 2010.
2009 Art in Craft Media. Regional Invitational. Burchfield Penny Museum, Buffalo, New York. September 12, 2009‐January 3, 2010.
Jewelry In Motion. National, Invitational. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 21, 2009.
Clay‐Fiber‐Metal‐Wood. Buffalo State College Craft Faculty, Indigo Art gallery, Buffalo, New York. March 27th‐April 26th. 2009.
2008 …of lineage & legacy: visual conversations in jewelry and metalworks. National Invitational. Hall Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia. February 29 – March 31. 2008.
2006 Craft Art Western New York 2006. Regional, Juried. Burchfield Penny Art Center, Buffalo, New York. September 16, 2006 – January 7 2007.
LIFE INsight: the Human Experience. National Invitational. Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft, Louisville, Kentucky. July 9 – November 6, 2006.
The Edges of Grace: Provocative and Uncommon Craft. National Invitational. Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts. January 29‐February 28, 2006
2005 Made In America. Metal Arts Invitational Exhibition. National, Invitational. Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. October 21 ‐November 16, 2005.
Educators/Educated: Jewelry and Metals in Ohio. National, Invitational Butler Institute of American Art, Trumbull Branch. February 19‐May 29, 2005.
Educators/Educated: Jewelry and Metals in Ohio. National, Invitational Cleveland Institute of Art. June 24‐July 25, 2005.
2004 Educators/Educated: Jewelry and Metals in Ohio. National, Invitational. Riffe Gallery, Columbus, Ohio. November 18, 2004‐January 23, 2005.
Buffalo State Collects. National, Invitational. Burchfield‐Penny Art Museum, Buffalo, New York. July‐October 2004.
2003 bigLITTLE: Jewelers and Sculptors Making it in Metal. National, Juried. Craft and Cultural Arts Gallery, State of California Building‐Atrium, Oakland, California May‐June 2003.
REFINED III: Small Forms in Precious Metal., National, Juried. Stephen F. Austin Art Gallery, Nacogdoches, Texas. January 27‐ March 27, 2003
Contemporary Jewelry, 20 People, 20 Pieces. National, Invitational. Flatlanders Art Gallery, Blissfield, Michigan. October‐December 2002.
2002 A Second Look, Regional. Invitational. Burchfield‐Penny Art Center, Buffalo, New York. July, 2002.
Western New York CRAFT ART 2002., Regional, Juried. Burchfield‐Penny Art Museum, Buffalo, New York. September, 2002.
Craft USA 2002 ,National. Juried. Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, Ct. November 17‐December 30 2002.
2000 Western New York CRAFT ART 2000. Regional, Juried. Burchfield‐Penny Art Museum, Buffalo, New York. September, 2000. Margaret E. Mead Award of Merit.
Transferred Sensibilities. Regional, Invitational. Atrium Gallery, Corning Community College, Corning, New York. January 28‐March 3, 2000
1998 The Agency of Meaning: A Survey of Contemporary Works in the Collection. Regional, Invitational. Burchfield‐Penny Art Museum.Buffalo New York. September 19‐ April 18, 1999.
Craft Art Exhibition Acquisitions 1988‐1998. Sylvia Rosen Gallery for Fine Art in Craft Media. Burchfield‐Penny art Museum. June 24‐October 24, 1998.
1997 New York State Contemporary Crafts 1997. Regional Invitational. New York State, Museum, Albany, New York. December‐June 1996/97.
1996 Craft Art 1996. Regional, selected from slide jury, Burchfield‐Penny Art Center, Buffalo, New York. September‐November, 1996.
1995 The Kenan Masters. National Invitational, selected from past Master Craftsmen exhibitors from the Center’s, 100 American Craftsman Exhibitions. Lockport, New York. April,1995.
1994 Greater Midwest International IX. International Juried Exhibition, Art Center Gallery, Central Missouri State University, Missouri.
1993 The Wichita National 1993, National Juried Exhibition. The Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Kansas. August 7‐September 19.
Crafts National 27. National Juried Exhibition. Zoller Gallery, Penn State University. June 6‐July 25.
Greater Midwest International VIII, International Juried Exhibition. Art Center Gallery, Central Missouri State University. January 25‐February 19.
1992 Materials Hard and Soft, National Juried Craft Exhibition. Meadows Art Gallery, Denton, Texas. September 20‐October 30.
Craft Art 92, Regional Exhibition. Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, New York. September 19‐November 29.
1991 Kanazawa Arts & Crafts Competition 1991. International Invitational/Juried Exhibition. Kanazawa Culture Hall Gallery, Kanazowa, Japan. December. One of 12 American Craftsmen to be invited.
1990 The Wichita National. Juried National Exhibition. Wichita Art Association, Wichita, Kansas. September 1‐September 30.
Craft Art 1990. Juried Regional Exhibition. Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, New York. October 6‐November 25. Purchase Award.
Greater Midwest International Exhibition V. Juried International Exhibition. Central Missouri State University Art Center Gallery. Warrensburg, Missouri. January 16‐February 16.
1989 Materials: Hard and Soft. Juried National Exhibition. Center for the Visual Arts, Denton, Texas. September‐October.
Lenexa National Three‐Dimensional Art Show. Juried National Exhibition. S. Legler Museum, Lenexa, Kansas. May.
Crafts 23. Juried National Exhibition. Penn State University. July. Award of Distinction.
1988 Craft Art 88. Juried Regional Exhibition. Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, New York. August 12‐September 25.
1987 Wichita National ’87. National Juried Exhibition. Wichita Art Association, Wichita, Kansas. September 12‐October 28.
Materials Hard & Soft. National Juried Exhibition. Center for the Visual Arts, Denton, Texas. October 1‐November 13.
Contemporary Metals U.S.A.. National Juried Exhibition. Downey Museum of Art, Downey, California. October 29‐December 18. Purchase Award.
1986 Lenexa National Three‐Dimensional Art Show. Juried National Exhibition. Legler Museum, Lenexa, Kansas. May.
41st Western New York Exhibition. Juried Regional Exhibition. Albright‐Knox Art Museum, Buffalo, New York. May‐June.
1985 Merrit 85. National Juried Exhibition. Merrit Gallery, Rochester, New York. September 14‐October 26.
Chautauqua Institute, Group Invitational. Chautauqua Art Center, Chautauqua, New York. August 4‐August 20.
Third Annual Theater District Fine Crafts Exhibition. Group Juried Exhibition. Theater Place, Buffalo, New York.December 11, 1984‐January 5, 1985.
25th Delaware Art Museum Contemporary Crafts Exhibition. National Juried Exhibition. Wilmington, Delaware. January 18‐March 3.
West Springfield Crafts Exposition. National Juried Exhibition/Sale. West Springfield, Massachusetts. July 17‐23.
1984 Portfolio ’84. Solo Invitational Exhibition. Aaron Faber Jewelry Gallery, New York City, New York. November 5‐30
The Artful Ear. National Invitational Earring Exhibition. The Elaine Potter Gallery, San Francisco, California. October 16‐November 17.
Northeast Craft Fair at West Springfield. National Juried Exhibition/Sale. West Springfield, Massachusetts. July 19‐25.
Jewelry U.S.A. National Juried Exhibition. American Crafts Museum, New York City, New York. May 25‐September 1. Traveling Exhibition.
Jewelry U.S.A. Exhibition locations and dates of National tour:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia. December 4, 1984‐January 6, 1985.
Crafts and Fold Art Museum, Los Angeles, California. May 15‐June 16, 1985.
Chicago Public Library Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois. September 21‐ November 2, 1985. Oakland Museum, Oakland, California. November 23, 1985‐ January 9, 1996.
Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida. April 3‐ May 16, 1986. National
Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee. June 15‐ August 17, 1986.
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee. February 9‐ 16, 1986.
Created by Hand, National Juried Exhibition. Clary/Minor Gallery, Buffalo, New York. June 9‐July 5.
Kenan Crafts Exhibition 100 American Craftsmen, Juried Regional Exhibition. Lockport, New York. June.
1983 First Annual Theater District Fine Craft Exhibition. Regional Juried Exhibition. Theater Place , Buffalo, New York. December.
Special Edition ’83. Regional Juried Exhibition. Associated Art Organization of Western New York. Gallery Show.
Void Series and Other Work. Solo Invitational Exhibition. deJonghe Craft Gallery, Saratoga Springs, New York. June‐August.
100 American Craftsmen Exhibition. Regional Juried Exhibition/Sale. Lockport, New York. June.
Winter Market at Baltimore. American Craft Enterprise Exhibition/Sale. National Juried. Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland.
Design Buffalo. Regional Invitational. Buffalo Sesquicentennial Regional Art Exhibition. Exhibition traveled to the Rockefeller Center Museum, Albany, New York. 1982‐83.
1982 Kenan Crafts Exhibition. Regional Juried Exhibition. Lockport, New York. Master Craftsman Award. June.
Northeast Craft Fair at Rhinebeck, National Juried Exhibition/Sale. Rhinebeck, New York. Accepted did not exhibit.
Five Jewelers. Regional Invitational. Albright‐Knox Art Museum Gallery Shop. Buffalo, New York
1981 Lake Superior ’81. National Juried Exhibition. Duluth Art Institute, Duluth Minnesota. Piece was chosen for a traveling exhibition which toured six Southwest States.
Niagara Frontier Art Exhibition. Regional Juried Exhibition. Kenan Center, Lockport, New York.
1979 May Show. Regional Juried Exhibition. Cleveland Art Museum, Cleveland, Ohio.
Craft Art Western New York 2013. Regional, Invitational. Burchfield Penny Art Center, Buffalo, New York. October 2013-January 2014.
100 American Craftsman Exhibition, National Juried competition. Kenan Center, Show participants selected via a group slide format. Lockport, New York. 1994. 2007, 2009, 2012.
Allentown Art Festival, National Juried competition. Show participants selected via a group slide format. Buffalo, New York. 1990, 1993, 1996, 2001,2005,2007.2012,2017 Participant in selection of Awards in the various media divisions.
Lake Country Crafts Exhibition, Regional Juried Exhibition. Rochester, New York. Participants selected via a group slide format. December 1984. Participant in selection of award winners.
Quaker Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Regional Juried competition. Involved in Award selection only. 1984, 1982.
100 American Craftsmen Exhibition, Regional Juried Exhibition and sale. Kenan Center, Lockport, New York. Participated in a group jury selection of participants and the Award confirmations. 1983. 2007
Metalsmith Magazine Society of North American Goldsmiths. Featured in an article on Anti-Trophies. Pp. 42-47. Volume 34 #1. 2014.
MetalSmith Magazine Society of North American Goldsmiths Featured in an article: “Recasting Gunmetal: Taking Aim at Violence” Volume 34.#2 2014 Pp. 42-49
American Craft Magazine. Portfolio Announcement Page for: Made In America Exhibition, at S. Saracino Rochester Institute of Technology. March/April 2006.
Ornament Magazine. Review of “Meritt 85” Exhibition. pp. 58, Winter 1985 Magazine.
American Craf., Review of “Jewelry U.S.A.” Exhibition. pp.30‐37, December 1984/January 1985.
Ornament Magazine. Review of “Jewelry U.S.A.” Exhibition. pp. 30, Summer, 1984.
Tales from The Tool Box. Narrative in Jewelry. Mark Fenn 2017
Humor in Craft. Brigitte Martin 2012
On Body and Soul: Contemporary Armor to Amulets. Suzanne Ramljack 2014
Crafts National II, Upton Hall Gallery, State University College at Buffalo.
National Juried Exhibition. Responsible for directing all aspects of assembling the Exhibition,
including obtaining the Jurors, setting up support systems for all aspects of the jury process, hiring
support personnel for show set‐up and actual installation of the Exhibit, unpacking and reshipment of objects. Actual dates of show: September‐October 1987.
Crafts National I, same circumstances. September‐October 1985. Third Annual Theater District Fine Crafts Exhibition, Theater Place, Buffalo, New York. Responsible for developing the exhibition’s concept and participants selected.
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. Summer Arts Program. Jewelry Design. August 2003 ‐ 2010
Art Park, Lewiston New York. Visiting Artist Program. Summer 2000
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York. Visiting Lector. Etruscan Civilization. Special Studies Program. July, 2000, July/August 2001, July 2002
Art Park, Lewiston New York. Visiting Artist Program. Summer 1994
Margaret E. Mead Award of Merit. Western New York CRAFT ART 2000
Burchfield‐Penny Art Museum, Buffalo, New York. September, 2000. Purchase Award, Craft Art 1990. Burchfield/Penny Art Museum Buffalo, New York. 1990
Award of Distinction, Crafts 23 . Zoller Art Gallery, Penn State University.1989
Purchase Award, Contemporary Metals USA , Downey Museum of Art, Downey, California. 1987
Master Craftsman Award, 100 American Craftsman Exhibition. Lockport, New York. 1982
President’s Award for Academic Advisement 1994
Individual Development Grant, United University Professor Organization, 200
Research Incentive Grant, Buffalo State College. January 2005, 2009.
Artists’ Fellowship: Crafts, New York Foundation for the Arts. June 2001, 2005.
Received grant funding from: The Center for the Development of Human Services, to design an “Advisement Template” to assist faculty in yearly advisement situations. The concept developed was to format a number of different degree situations that could enable a student to better market
themselves upon graduation. 1993‐94
Instructional Resource Grant,1993/94. Secured to develop a number of jewelry pieces to advance my
scholarly endeavors. This grant paid for materials to execute three new works.
Faculty Development Grant, 1990/91. To develop a series of demonstration pieces to use as instructional visual aids in our newly developing Metalsmithing component in our Craft Program.
Instructional Resource Grant, 1989/90. To explore and execute visual aid oriented jewelry pieces using reactive metals such as Niobium. We decide to incorporate reactive metals into our jewelry program and experiments into the use of these metals were developed.
Chair of the Design Department:
Responsible for the administration of academic policies within a department consisting of six Major’s programs: Interior Design, Communication Design, Jewelry/Metal Design, Furniture Design, Ceramic Design, and Fiber Design. Duties include all functions relegated to an Academic Department
Chairperson charged with overseeing an annual (other than personnel) budget of $61,000 dollars. Responsible for general development of curriculum, departmental policies, assessment, personnel actions (including Search Committees), Open House activities, fund raising and student recruitment and retention situations including Articulation Agreements.
Managing a complete and successful Program Review including Assessment of every aspect of the department’s philosophy, curriculum and recruitment processes geared towards an NASAD Accreditation for the Program (1996, 2001) Conceptualized and implemented the organization of all incoming students into a separate “uncommitted” category (Design 0174) to facilitate tracking of students from entry into program through to portfolio acceptance into a Major’s Program area onto graduation. Managing the development of a professional program in Interior Design to meet accreditation requirements for the, “Foundation of Interior Design Education and Research” (FIDER). This required complete supervision of curricular initiatives, advocacy for securing and upgrading necessary studio space, new studio equipment, and planning every aspect of articulation agreements for transfer students including developing a feasible time table for FIDER visit. Accreditation received fall, 2000. Managing the development of a cohesive Design History Component for
each major concentration. Including supervising the writing of specific history courses, Design 312 History of Crafts from the Industrial Revolution to Present, and Design 314 History of Graphic Design form the Industrial Revolution to the Present for our major’s area. Managing the reorganization of our Communication Design component. This Included supervising the organization of portfolio reviews, two state‐of‐the‐art Mac computer labs, and conceptualizing and implementing an Evenings Only Program enabling non‐traditional students to access the complete Graphic Design Bachelor of Science Degree requirements within a six‐semester sequence. Initiated the course offerings and the hiring of additional faculty into the graphic’s program.
Conceptualized and implemented the creation of a Departmental Development Committee charged to devise a visual identity for the Department, including a strategy for recruitment and retention of prospective students into our program. This includes managing all aspects of Web Page development, student recruitment including advertising and outreach. Developed a strategy to fund raise for thedepartment through an Alumni mailing and began seminars held for area businesses to elicit monies to augment resources.
Supervised all annual events including Faculty and Student Exhibitions, and Career Day Convocations for Majors programs and Open House events for the college.
Director SUNY Siena, Italy Overseas Program
Responsible for the direction and management of the State University of New York’s longest running overseas programs (45 years). The Siena Program involves a total cultural immersion that places American students with Italian families for the duration of their stays (approximately one college semester). The curriculum includes studies in Italian language, History/Civilization, Art and Architecture, Ceramics, Fresco painting and the specialty of the current Director. I taught a jewelry design course dealing with Etruscan Metalsmithing techniques. Director duties included complete management of all areas of budget including, payroll for faculty and the Italian families participating in the Program. Other responsibilities included the development of curriculum, troubleshooting of computer software, being a liaison between Italian families and students living with them, student counseling, the hiring of faculty, organizing and taking student groups on excursions, development of a yearly events calendar, and complete management of overseas funds for monetary exchanges. My scholarly research during the two years there centered on the study of S.
Etruscan art and artifacts, specifically areas related to their jewelry and metal work. In addition, I did an auxiliary study of medieval and Renaissance candlestick iconography.
“Working With Diversity”, Competencies for Supervisors and managers. Communication Center room “E”. November 2000
“Claris Home Page Web Design”, Workshop series, Introduction, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. Butler Library 312. Sept/Oct 1999
“Managing Conflict”, Workshop for Academic Chairs. Fourth Annual Professional Development Institute, Buffalo New York. January 1996.
“The Professional Power of Emotional Control: Creating Customer Satisfaction in Difficult Situations”, Workshop for Academic Chairs. FourthAnnual Professional Development Institute, Buffalo New York. A workshopthat suggested strategies to deal with difficult situations. January 1996.
“Creating Quality Departments through Faculty Development, Workshop for Chair Development”. Radisson Hotel, Rochester New York.April 14,15. 1995. Sessions included: Day‐to‐day Management. ImprovingInstruction: Enhancing Scholarly and Creative activities.
“New Dimensions for Teaching and Learning: Empowering Faculty Through Instructional Technology”. 1995/96 Faculty DevelopmentProgram. Session pertaining to: The Concepts and Uses of InstructionalTechnologies: An Overview. April 1995.
“Building A Community of Leaders: A Practical Workshop for Chairs”. Niagara Frontier Faculty Development Network (NFFDN). June 12‐13, 1995. Medaille College, Buffalo, New York. General Sessions included: Motivating Faculty; Conflict Resolution; Morale Building Strategies; Introducing Technologies; Team Building; Faculty Evaluation Review and Discipline.
“Chairing the Academic Department”. American Council on Education ‐ Learning Development Program. November 2‐4, 1994 U.S. Grant Hotel, San Diego, California. General sessions included: Faculty Assessment; Performance Counseling; Legal Issues for Chairs; Team Building.
Society of North American Goldsmiths
National Association for Schools of Art and Design (NASAD)